Interesting podcast - dreadful unnecessary music
The podcast itself is very interesting and seems balanced in terms of both prosecution and defence arguments. I would have liked to hear a little more about the psychology behind why someone might harm babies in this manner, but maybe that’s beyond the scope of this particular podcast. I think the recap/summary at the start of every episode is a little unnecessary. The overwhelming offputting point about this podcast is the music, as another reviewer also noted. The music is jarring, repetitive and unmelodic. It is far to frequent throughout the podcast, seemingly at the end of every paragraph. It spoils the flow, becomes a huge irritation and distraction, and comes across as a crass, gimmicky insertion between sections. It serves no purpose at all, and is likely to put people off continuing with listening to this case. Producers please note - don’t do it!
Sheriff Lucy via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/23/23
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Informative and balanced coverage of a heart breaking case. The podcast demonstrates the court process in more detail than a newspaper can. The unimaginable grief the poor parents of these tiny babies have lived through, and are having to through again is unimaginable.
Atta14 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/13/23
Super interesting and thoughtful podcast. The material in this podcast is well presented, and the reporters & guests are clear and insightful…however… the DREADFUL piano motif every 30 seconds makes it almost unbearable to listen to😩 who decided that was a good idea? Also, I’m not sure that...Read full review »
sabrinairis via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/18/23
Enjoying this well delivered unsensational podcast, very measured and good journalism. The music interlude is dire .. does it go in for every episode ? Spoils the pace of each episode and totally unnecessary !
nigsdigby via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/13/23
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